If your business’ fiscal year starts in January, this is normally the time of year when preliminary work begins for developing forecasts and budgets for the upcoming year. However, COVID-19 has put a big dent in how to go about this. Some organizations continue to be stalled and are waiting for business to return to some form of pre- pandemic.
If COVID-19 has taught us anything, it’s that organizations can no longer ignore how technology is fundamentally changing core business functions. Here are 5 ways the cloud has delivered exponential ROI and sustainable growth for small and medium-sized companies. Flexibility and Scalability There is no denying the cloud’s ability to keep organizations agile on multiple levels. Businesses with cloud infrastructure
Three factors played a major role in more than 60% of data breaches last year, according to the 2020 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report. Companies across the globe are still falling behind when it comes to preventing these go-to attacks: credential theft, business-email compromise, including phishing, along with human errors. The report also highlights how security tactics for these three
With the rise of COVID-19 changing the way we work and depend on our IT infrastructures, cybersecurity is another critical component to an organization’s ability to defend against social engineering campaigns and other forms of attacks. This is why disaster recovery (DR) remains at the top of the list when it comes to cloud-computing management strategies in 2020. From a
AlienVault™ recognizes the importance of providing their customers with best-in-class threat detection and response. Their security tools are combined into simplified packages and are fully functional from the moment of setup. Their dedication to providing world-class security solutions to businesses of all sizes is one of the many reasons Protelligent® has chosen to partner with AlienVault. As the processes and
Cybercriminals know businesses and their employees are more likely to share large amounts of information online this time of year. In addition to accessing account information via online merchants, attackers are also able to gain data from insecure Wifi systems, phishing scams and malware. The average cost is $244 per compromised record. Here are four ways to proactively safeguard your
$7.35 million is the average total cost of a cyber attack in the United States. Is your business effectively mitigating its risk? As budgeting for next year begins, placing cybersecurity as a priority within the process is vital to the growth and success of your company. One of the biggest challenges to budgeting for security is getting C-level executives and
Protelligent® is on top of data breaches happening around us every day. Equifax announced last week that an estimated 143 million people have been affected by a data breach caused by a website-application vulnerability. Meanwhile, the recent devastation in Texas and Florida caused by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma has created prime opportunities for hackers to prey upon people wishing to